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From teeth healing to race car running, chocolate is far more useful than as just a snack to munch on.
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Mexico's Navy and local workers have been drafted in to remove it from the water and sand.
Mexico City tries to break record for world's largest boxing class
Mexico City brings together 14,299 of people in the downtown Zocalo square to beat the Guinness record for the most crowded boxing class in the world.
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A caravan of 4,000 to 5,000 migrants crossed southern Mexico on Tuesday in search of a visa to enter the United States.
Feminist groups protest against femicides in Mexico
Various feminist groups gathered in Mexico City's main square on Wednesday to protest against the murder of women in the country.
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This is Mexican tiger fighting: a brutal indigenous rain ritual
Seeking to appease the god of storms and end a drought, men and women in tiger costumes whip each other mercilessly into submission
Collectives protest against femicides in Mexico
Hundreds of women marched through downtown Mexico City and its suburbs on Sunday to protest the murder of an 18-year-old woman in the northern city of Monterrey and demand the attorney general's office conduct a proper investigation into the death.
Mexico and Argentina celebrate Earth Day with dances and protests
Indigenous dances in the Mexican capital and protests in Buenos Aires for a greener world.
What are Mexico's magical towns and are they worth visiting?
Mexico is home to over 130 magical towns or 'Pueblos Mágicos' - and we had the chance to visit one of its finest.
War in Ukraine sparks return of traditional Judas burning in Mexico
A military tank made of cardboard is burned in Mexico City to blame the conflict in Ukraine on President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his ally, US President Joe Biden, at an Easter celebration.
Dozens protest in Mexico City against Ukraine war
Several dozen people marched Sunday from the iconic Angel of Independence monument in Mexico City to the Russian embassy to protest against the war in Ukraine.
Migrants clash with police at roadblocks in Mexico
A group of migrants, most of them Central Americans, clashes with the Mexican National Guard on the southern border of Mexico, and are detained by immigration authorities, while the United States announces lifting pandemic border expulsion policy in May.
Three dead after small plane crashes through supermarket wall
Four people were injured although officials did not say whether they were passengers or people shopping in the supermarket.
Mexican muralists call for peace in Ukraine
Mexican graffiti artists and muralists unveiled their joint work in Mexico City on Friday in support of the victims of the conflict in Ukraine.
Here's why you should visit Mexico's extraordinary Yucatán Peninsula
Beautiful beaches, spectacular cenotes, fabulous food - this part of Mexico has something for every type of traveller.
Why did this huge flock of blackbirds suddenly drop dead in Mexico?
The moment hundreds of yellow-headed blackbirds drop dead in a Mexican street has been captured on security camera footage
Mexico calls on France to stop 'brazen' sale of pre-Hispanic artefacts
The President of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador says French auction houses had gone beyond the pale with brazen sales of pre-Hispanic artefacts.
Avocados are bringing ‘violence and blood’ to this Mexican town
The people of this Mexican town took matters into their own hands to protect their land from avocado growers.
Mexican village, home to thousands of migrating pelicans, hopes to attract tourists
Every winter, the Mexican village of Petatan welcomes thousands of migrating pelicans from Canada. Now it wants to see tourists arriving who could help the village get out of the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Migrants in southern Mexico prevented from moving towards US border
Hundreds protest outside the migration office in the southern city of Tapachula, saying they're vulnerable to criminal extortion and kidnapping.
Colombian mariachis react to the death of musician Vicente Fernández
El cantante mexicano Vicente Fernández, astro de la música latinoamericana, falleció este domingo a los 81 años en la ciudad de Guadalajara (oeste), tras permanecer hospitalizado casi cinco meses por una caída en su rancho.
Battered survivors tell of Mexico truck crash that killed dozens
Survivors of the crash recounted from their hospital beds how their location inside the trailer determined who lived and who died.
Dozens killed after lorry packed with migrants crashes into bridge
It is one of the worst single-day death tolls for migrants in Mexico since the 2010 massacre of 72 migrants by the Zetas drug cartel in the northern state of Tamaulipas.
Mexican author highlights role of drug traffickers' wives in new book
Narco wives are often portrayed as naive, perhaps suffering from bad luck, fundamentally innocent, and without any control over their destiny. But to the Mexican author, these women are much more than that.
Dramatic breakout as gang rams vehicles into prison in Mexico
The incident is one of the most dramatic breakouts the country has seen in recent years.